I like exercises like this because I can find basic principles which explain these objects, which the prevailing ideas cannot.Webbman wrote:If you look at it from a biological perspective things really need to be born, and while you might not think this applies to stars or planets, it does definitely apply to you, so there is no reason to believe you are exclusive to the universe.
things are born, and we see it all the time.
that being said , none of you sees the solar wind the sun is pushing out and a sort of nourishing milk from the mother. Its full of things a new planet might need to grow, and there's even an umbilical cord in the form of the solar circuit.
Certainly if your being bombarded by protons, electrons and energy you will likely gain mass even from this. I'm not discounting the capture of planets, but isn't it just more reasonable that the sun gives birth to planets and nourishes them with its light, solar wind and mass ejections.
I know most see the universe as a dead material clock work, but that's not what I see. I see a vibrant sun with many feeding youngsters, and a few almost ready to leave the nest, draw on the galactic current, and fly on their own. Each one unique in its own right.
The Sun is mostly hydrogen. Mercury is mostly iron. How exactly does a mostly iron object come out of an object that is mostly hydrogen?
It is simple. It did not happen.
I have overviewed a simple principle that explains that a mostly hydrogen object large like the Sun becomes a mostly iron object that is a lot smaller.
The Principle of Diminishing Solar Abundance or the Solar Abundance Principle of Stellar Evolution states:
"As stars evolve into rocky, differentiated worlds, the ratio of lighter elements to heavy elements diminishes considerably."
The tiny bit of iron the Sun has that which does not get ejected sinks to the center as it cools and dies (evolves). We can see these intermediate stages of star's evolving by looking into outer space with telescopes.
As well, I have placed all these stars on a simple graph. You will see that the Mercury type objects are extremely old, dead stars. Unfortunately this also means that since Mercury type dead stars are extremely old, they could not have been ejected from much younger objects such as the Sun, nor could have any of the really old objects such as Earth, Venus, Pluto, Neptune, Uranus, Jupiter, Saturn or Mars could have come from the Sun, because they are vastly older. A young hot object forming objects that are older than itself? That is a contradiction explained in the terms of the "birthing" as you stated above. To state that they were "birthed" from the Sun, would be like saying a 1 year old baby could give birth to a 100 year old woman.
I have tried to teach electric universe people this, but still not a single mention in any youtube video or statement. It is as if the discovery never happened. This is the plight of major discoveries I have learned. The current paradigm ignores it and hopes that it disappears. Too late for that. It is here to stay, forever.